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Project Most to Expand

“The timing could not be better,” Rebecca Morgan Taylor, Project Most’s executive director, said in an announcement, “as we aim to expand our services to meet the increased needs of our young people,” some of whom, who, she said, had experienced “traumatic interruptions during the pandemic.”

Jul 14, 2022
A Lifeguard-to-Be's First Ocean Save

Miles Menu, a 13-year-old who will start eighth grade at Springs School in the fall, and who is a participant in the Hampton Lifeguard Association's Junior Lifeguarding program, made his first save at Amagansett's Atlantic Avenue Beach on July 3, a feat that was recognized at Sunday's training session there.

Jul 13, 2022
East Hampton Nonprofit Aims to Level the College Playing Field

The East Hampton Level Playing Field Foundation will provide scholarships to students for help with applications, essay coaching, test preparation, and other aspects of college admissions.

Jul 7, 2022
Student Doc Looks at Brooks-Park Story

A group of high schoolers, biking in the woods, come across a group of abandoned buildings. Sound like the beginning of a film? That’s exactly how it began for Fin Wrazej, a rising senior at Grace Church School in Manhattan and longtime Springs resident, whose "discovery" of the dilapidated Brooks-Park house and studios in the Springs woods sparked the idea for a short documentary.

Jul 7, 2022
Kids Culture for July 7, 2022

Children’s summer art classes have returned to the Bridgehampton Museum, there's a break-dancing showcase in Sag Harbor, and much more for kids and teens this week.

Jul 7, 2022
Plans Released for $13.5M Mashashimuet Park Upgrade

The Sag Harbor School District this week released a detailed plan for improvements at Mashashimuet Park, a private, nonprofit group that has partnered for decades with the schools for student-athletes' use of the fields and facilities. Stakeholders are hoping the community will back a bond referendum later this year to pay for the upgrades.

Jun 30, 2022
A Favorite Teacher Leaves Bridgehampton

Judiann Carmack-Fayyaz, who established the Bridgehampton School's agricultural education program, was named New York State's agriculture teacher of the year, and received a national award for excellence from the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 2016, is retiring from the school after the board voted last month to eliminate her position.

Jun 30, 2022
Kids Culture for June 30, 2022

A photography contest for teens, art classes at the Victor D'Amico Institute, stories and songs at CMEE, tumbling and skateboarding, and more for kids and teens.

Jun 30, 2022
Elite Players Foster Hoop Dreams at Camp

It was a hopeful scene at a basketball camp full of wide-eyed youngsters from New York City and the East End, who had paid $350 for a full day of rubbing shoulders with three very tall men who are or were paid lots of money to play professional basketball.

Jun 30, 2022
East Hampton Celebrates Its Class of 2022

The theme running through East Hampton High School's graduation ceremony this year was that of caring for one's mental health, as has been a focus at the school for many years now. More than 200 seniors earned diplomas on Friday in a celebration filled with smiles, laughter, and cheers. Here are some scenes from the joy-filled evening.

Jun 27, 2022
Tradition at the Heart of Pierson Graduation

Seventy-one seniors graduated from Pierson High School on Saturday in a ceremony filled with all the pomp-and-circumstance that a traditional Whaler ceremony entails, including the "alma mater" school song, cap-toss at the top of Pierson Hill, and wise remarks from a speaker prominent in the Sag Harbor community.

Jun 27, 2022
Kids Culture for June 23, 2022

Saturday’s concert at the Arts Center at Duck Creek in Springs will feature the Hannah Marks Quartet leading a journey through jazz history for children and their families.

Jun 23, 2022